Current business restrictions for coronavirus (COVID-19) in ...

Summary

Find out more about the eased vaccination and check-in restrictions .

Vaccination and check-in requirements will continue for:

On 14 April 2022 , check-in and vaccination requirements in a range of venues ended, including:

Find out more about the eased vaccination and check-in restrictions .

Vaccination and check-in requirements will continue for:

On 14 April 2022 , check-in and vaccination requirements in a range of venues ended, including:

Read more about the changes to quarantine requirements .

Some requirements (e.g. testing and mask wearing) continue to be in place.

From 28 April 2022 , quarantine requirements eased for close contacts who have no COVID-19 symptoms.

Your business may need to follow restrictions to help stop the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19).

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Current business restrictions

On 14 April 2022, vaccination and check-in requirements ended for the following businesses and venues:

hospitality venues (e.g. hotels, pubs, clubs, taverns, bars, restaurants, cafes or dine-in at fast food (quick service) restaurants)

indoor entertainment venues (e.g. nightclubs, live music venues, karaoke bars, concerts, theatres, cinemas, casinos)

outdoor entertainment activities (e.g. sporting stadiums, theme parks)

festivals – indoor or outdoor (e.g. musical festivals, folk festivals, arts festivals)

activities – indoor or outdoor (e.g. convention centres, showgrounds)

Queensland Government-owned galleries, museums or libraries

weddings (only if all attendees are fully vaccinated).

The Check In Qld app is no longer required at these venues and businesses.

You do not need to check the vaccination status of customers, staff and other visitors to your venue or premises, and collect their contact information.

If you have your own vaccination requirements in place for your business, you can continue to ask for proof of vaccination status. This is not mandatory.

Read more about the changes to business restrictions.

The Check In app will still be used for checking vaccination requirements in:

vulnerable settings (e.g. hospitals, disability accommodation services and residential aged care)

high-risk settings (e.g. schools, childcare, prisons and airports).

Find out about the Check In Qld app.

Businesses affected by a COVID-19 case

If your business is visited by a person who is COVID-19 positive, follow advice from Queensland Health for:

closing and reopening

cleaning requirements

testing and quarantine for you and your staff.

Find more advice for businesses affected by a COVID-19 case.

From 28 April 2022, quarantine requirements for close contacts eased.

Staff members who are close contacts can attend work as long as they do not have COVID-19 symptoms.

Some requirements (e.g. testing and mask wearing) remain in place.

Find out more about the eased quarantine requirements.

Current business restrictions for coronavirus (COVID-19) in ...
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